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Posted at 10:17 AM ET, 01/18/2011

Flying today? Check with your airline

By Washington Post Editors

If you're planning on flying today and tonight, you should check with your airline to see if your travel plans may be affected by ice and snow. Delta, for example, has already canceled many flights in the Northeast.

Many of the major airports are reporting significant delay, according to the Federal Aviation Administration, including delays of more than 90 minutes for traffic heading to Newark and La Guardia.

Here are some resources to use if you're flying today:

Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National
The FAA's Flight Delay map

Airline weathe information
AirTran Airways
American Airlines
Continental Airlines
Delta Airlines
JetBlue
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Virgin America

By Washington Post Editors  | January 18, 2011; 10:17 AM ET
Categories:  Airlines, Airports, Aviation  
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